Queen Caroline's Divorce

Collection Type

  • Art

Date

1832

GUSN

GUSN-20093

Description

Queen Caroline sits in the central foreground while members of the House of Peers discuss her divorce. At center is domed entrance with an elaborate cornice and Corinthian columns. Entrance way is flanked by balconies and six chandeliers hang from the arched ceiling. Mounted in a 2 1/2 in. decorative, gilt frame.

Details

Descriptive Terms

engravings (prints)
engraving (printing process)
paper (fiber product)
Picture
Unidentified Paper
Stipple Engraved
Picture

Inscription

Printed beneath engraving: ""Painted by George Hayter Esqr Member of the Academy of St Lukes dc. Published 1st March 1832 by Robt. Bowyer & M. Parkes 46 Pall Mall London & M.M. Ritten et Goupel, Boulevard Montmartre, Paris. Depose. Engraved by J. Bromley & J. Porter./ J.G. Murray, fecit./ Proof""

Associated Building

Original to Castle Tucker (Wiscasset, Me.),

Maker

Hayter, George, Esq., 1792-1871 (Painter)
Bowyer, Robert (Publisher)
Parkes, Mary (Publisher)
Rittner & Goupil (Publisher)
Bromley, J. (Engraver)
Porter, J. (Engraver)
Possibly Murray, John George (Maker)

Location of Origin

London, England; Paris, France

Dimensions

33.75 x 45.375 (HxW) (inches)

Credit Line

Gift of Miss Jane S. Tucker

Accession Number

1998.314